Popular fare may take a toll on the brain as well as the waistline
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Young athlete who suffered a stroke is now using exoskeleton robotics to regain his mobility and strength
Researchers hope tissues could help with drug testing and one day even lead to lab-grown heart replacements
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A new study finds smartphone head-tilt puts pressure on neck and could cause spinal damage
Here's a look at what goes into forecasting food trends, and what culinary curiosities are likely to catch on in the year ahead
New research looks at which type of exercise is most effective for keeping that expanding waistline in check
After investigating claims made on popular medical talk show, study warns, "The public should be skeptical about recommendations"
Spending all your money on holiday gifts is no excuse to skimp on fitness; these websites offer great workouts that won't break the bank
New research suggests cuddling loved ones may help boost the immune system
Violence, drug and alcohol abuse increase among kids whose mothers suffered from depression
The CDC says flu is widespread in more than half the country, and this year's vaccine isn't providing enough protection
A study finds the flu is not an equal-opportunity virus: some of us get sicker than others
A month after her inspirational turn on the basketball court, student with brain cancer starts receiving hospice care at home
New research finds our ancestors probably weren't very picky about the ratios of protein, fat and carbs in their diet
A doctor who contracted Ebola while working in West Africa recovered after receiving "aggressive treatment" with a new experimental drug
CDC warns "rat-bite fever" is a rare but real threat when rodents are kept as pets
When a child starts coughing and sniffling, which home remedies help, and when do you need to call the doctor?
Health officials warn people to avoid eating pre-packaged caramel apples while the investigation continues
While most people trying to lose weight dread the scale, keeping track of that number may help you reach your goal
Drugs like Advil, Motrin and Aleve could offer protection but also come with some risks of their own
Chickenpox, mumps and whooping cough seem to keep striking where they're least expected
Judge must rule on whether to keep brain-dead pregnant woman on life support
Women have slightly greater gains than men worldwide, study finds
Ruling by the European Court of Justice could have far-reaching consequences for businesses